Stephen Woodhead claimed his second win on the E-Z-GO PGA Legends Tour this year at the Club Car Gold Coast Senior Open after the Jandowae Legends Pro-Am in August.
The Club Car Gold Coast Senior Open took place last Wednesday 7th December at the Helensvale Golf Club, on a hot and humid day, where players teed up for a share of $11,000 in prizemoney.
The Queensland based Professional made the most of his early tee time firing a 4-under 66 to take the victory, finishing one shot ahead of David Merriman, Craig Warren and Richard Backwell.
"I didn't really expect to win here today when I finished my round, so I was pretty happy to receive the phone call to make my way back for presentations," said Woodhead.
"I played well out there today, missing only one green in regulation.
"This is a great warm up for Byron Bay and I am looking forward to taking this form into Friday."
The Legends are now heading south of the Queensland border with the Australian Legends Tour Championship teeing off today 9th December at the Byron Bay Golf Club for a purse of $37,500.
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